• Cranborne Chase & Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership, Shears Building, Stone Lane Industrial Estate, Wimborne, BH21 1HD  Tel: 01725 517417
Aug 12, 2019

Job vacancies - help us run our exciting new Landscape Partnership Scheme APPLY NOW!

We're looking for enthusiastic, self-starters to run our new Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership project. The project has received a grant of £1.68million from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

You will be part of a new team that will run the Cranborne Chase & Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme from now until 2024. There are a variety of full-time and part-time roles. We're looking for people with an interest in history, wildlife and culture who enjoy sharing their passion with others. All jobs will be based in our new offices in Tollard Royal when the Cranborne Chase AONB team moves in later this year. 

 

Landscape Partnership Manager FT - closing 11pm 15th September 2019

As a landscape partnership manager you will be responsible, with a small team, for successful scheme delivery by 2024 and for ensuring it creates lasting memories and a legacy for the area. Your team will comprise a Countryside Ranger/Volunteer co-ordinator (FT), a Heritage and Community Engagement Officer (FT), a Communications Officer (PT), a Support Officer (PT). To view the Landscape Conservation Action Plan and projects click here: http://www.ccwwdaonb.org.uk/landscape-conservation-action-plan/

Landscape Partnership Countryside Ranger/Vol Coordinator FT - closing 11pm 22nd September 2019

You will be responsible, as part of a small team, for successful scheme delivery by 2024 and for ensuring it creates lasting memories and a legacy for the area. The team will comprise a Landscape Partnership Manager (FT), a Heritage and Community Engagement Officer (FT), a Communications Officer (PT), a Support Officer (PT) and this post.

Landscape Partnership Heritage and Community Engagement Officer FT - closing 11pm 22nd September 2019

You will be responsible, as part of a small team, for successful scheme delivery by 2024 and for ensuring it creates lasting memories and a legacy for the area. The team will comprise a Landscape Partnership Manager (FT), a Countryside Ranger/Volunteer Co-ordinator (FT), a Communications Officer (PT), a Support Officer (PT) and this post. The Landscape Partnership team will form part of, and be supported by, the Cranborne Chase AONB team. To view the Landscape Conservation Action Plan and projects click here: http://www.ccwwdaonb.org.uk/landscape-conservation-action-plan/

Landscape Partnership Communications Officer PT - closing 11pm 22nd September 2019

You will have a high level of IT literacy, self-motivation and initiative to undertake this key role of publicising and promoting the Landscape Partnership through all media channels in addition to the web site, publications, events and social media. You will relish the opportunity to meet new people and significantly raise the profile of the Landscape Partnership area.

Landscape Partnership Support Officer PT - closing 11pm 22nd September 2019

Could you play the crucial role in ensuring the smooth and successful day to day running of what will be a very busy office? Your skills will not only embrace booking venues and providing the secretariat for a whole range of Landscape Partnership related meetings but guaranteeing efficient and effective office operation and providing superior customer service to the team, all partners, stakeholders and the public.